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Have you ever wondered why God asked Abraham to sacrifice his son in Genesis 22?

The Angel stopped Abraham showing God did not intend for him to kill Isaac, but what did God desire? God wanted to test Abraham, and listeners will discover the account primarily reveals:

  • In human terms what God would do with His Son 2,000 years later
  • The many ways Abraham and Isaac are a picture of God and His Son
  • The tremendous love of God shown through Christ’s sacrifice

Genesis 22 is not primarily about Abraham and Isaac. God and Jesus are the true and greater Father and Son shining forth in the account. Abraham did not spare his son but was willing to deliver him up for God. Likewise, God “Did not spare His Son, but delivered Him up for us all” (Romans 8:32).

Learn the remarkable parallels between God and Abraham, and Jesus and Isaac. With thought-provoking questions at the end of each chapter, the book is perfect for personal use or small groups.

Endorsed by ministry leaders:

"I highly recommend this work that will deepen your appreciation for what the Father and Son went through. The excellent insights will encourage your soul."(Dr. Paul Benware - Professor, Pastor, Conference Speaker, and Author)

“As a jeweler holds a gemstone and examines each priceless, shining facet, Pastor Scott holds high this picture of heaven’s sacrificial love and examines every detail.”(Cary Green - Senior Pastor, Speaker, Missionary, and Church Planter)

©2018 Scott LaPierre (P)2019 Scott LaPierre

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